Our chapel times were somewhat different this week as the Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO) planned a series of speakers in connection with Red Ribbon Week. Red Ribbon Week is a nation-wide campaign to raise awareness of the destruction that drug and alcohol abuse brings. On Monday, our speaker was Darren Brown. Darren challenged us to be […]
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Sorting and pricing clothing, putting clothing out on the store racks, cleaning sunglasses, sorting books, zippers and sewing supplies . . . these were a few of the tasks Compassion Club students performed Saturday morning at Crowded Closet while enjoying working together for two hours. The small amount of time each person donated ends up reaping huge […]
Our chapel theme last week was Worship is Being Passionate. Passion is an intense desire or enthusiasm for something. It also describes the idea of suffering for another. We explored what it means to worship God with our passion. On Monday, faculty member Maya Kehr Yoder shared the story of Michael Jesse Sharp. M.J. was […]
The IMS chapter of the National Honor Society is hosting a blood drive on Tuesday, November 7, 7:00-11:00am. Plan now to donate blood by scheduling a donation time through the IMS office, 656-2073. Thank you for giving in this special way.
Red Ribbon week is off to a great start! The Red Ribbon campaign is a national week set aside to focus on being drug and substance free and to raise our awareness about harmful substances. The IMS PTO has sponsored several special speakers this week. Today we had Darren Brown share with us. Darren lives […]